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Wow Swiftafa - a peregrine! I would love to see one! They're so fast and deadly. I've heard they're starting to live in our towns and cities again so maybe they'll be a common sight soon.

I have seen some redwings and fieldfares though. They're all tucking into apples in an old orchard near my sett. I like to go there sometimes and munch on the fallen fruit, but the birds don't like me much. They make a terrible racket when they see me coming!

I had a look at your rabbit, Barnyifa. So cute! Make sure you give him a cuddle from me.

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Badger's Blog

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I have been on the perfect adventure for badgers - a Fungal Foray! I got to use my well-trained nose to snuffle about in the undergrowth (one of my favourite pass times) but this time to help science.

I followed a group of fungi experts who were collecting all kinds of mushroom and mould so that they could identify them and find out what was living in the wood. I rooted up lots of different types - have a look at my basket!

Some fungi can be poisonous of course, so I didn't eat any. I did get to eat lots of other things instead - minibeasts live in the leaf litter too!

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Badger's Blog

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Thanks Beebeeelas and everyone for the tips - here it is! What do you think? I have to confess that I did get a little bit of help from my friends in the Wildlife Watch gang...

And well done Swanita for completing the fun run on Halloween and helping to raise money for The Wildlife Trusts. I hope you had a good day. Did you dress up as anything? All my trick-or-treat goodies got eaten up, but mainly by my other badger friends. No humans came to my sett for them for some reason...

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Badger's Blog

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Thanks Beebeeelas and everyone for the tips - here it is! What do you think? I have to confess that I did get a little bit of help from my friends in the Wildlife Watch gang...

And well done Swanita for completing the fun run on Halloween and helping to raise money for The Wildlife Trusts. I hope you had a good day. Did you dress up as anything? All my trick-or-treat goodies got eaten up, but mainly by my other badger friends. No humans came to my sett for them for some reason...

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Badger's Blog

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Guess what - I've got a pumpkin to carve!

I'm going to spend all night tonight designing and carving my pumpkin into something cool. My badger claws should be perfect for the job. I'll take a photograph to show you all next week - are you going to make one too?

I've even collected lots of goodies to offer to any trick-or-treaters that call. It will be hard to give them away, but I suppose it's tradition! I've got slippery earthworms, juicy grubs, fat slugs and crunchy beetles - what more could you ask for! Would you like some?

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comments

  • Woodora
    • Date: 2014-01-18 13:40:26
    • Woodora

    once I went for a walk and there was some spikes coming out of the snow, i went closer to the ball of spikes and found out it was a dead baby hedgehog.

  • Waterogra
    • Date: 2014-01-16 18:44:30
    • Waterogra

    i went on a walk at christmas and a RED squirrel ran across my dog's foot. also i saw a wild stag inthe forest!

  • Whiskolis
    • Date: 2014-01-04 08:21:20
    • Whiskolis

    Hi all, I really want to go to richmond park in London to see deer and parakeets. Yes, the things that you least expected to find in London are in an urban park! If I see a deer then I won't have to go to Scotland to look for one and parakeets, well, they're just parakeets! I also want to see a London bird of prey, either Sparrow hawk or Perrigen falcon. I saw a Perrigen falcon on deadly 360 a few years ago, so that made me want to see one! London wildlife, you think, may be just the old pigeon but NO! And NOT exotic african animals that have escaped from London zoo. Birds of prey, fresh water fish, deer, exotic parrots and much, much more. Even BATS! Yes, BATS! No, I'm not joking about any of this! So you may want to come to London and stare at tigers in a zoo enclosure. But there's a deeper significance to the wildlife in London, you just have to look..... Whiskolis

  • Whiskolis
    • Date: 2014-01-03 17:00:49
    • Whiskolis

    Hi, A few days ago me and my family went on a country walk. I'm surprised we didn't spot more Wildlife! We only spotted a (yet another) Grey Squirrel. My sister saw a millipede but only she saw it, because when the rest of us had turned around it was gone. She's only 6, so I can see why she's proud of it. I said millipedes were really rare. Whiskolis xxx

  • Swiftafa
    • Date: 2014-01-02 16:31:12
    • Swiftafa

    hi all . last night a hedgehog was snuffling on the lawn looking for food . it wasnt a full size animal and should have been hibernating. i gave him some cat food and watched him eat it just outside the window. when i looked again the cat food was gone and so had he . has anyone else seen hedgehogs in their garden?

  • Ottero
    • Date: 2013-12-31 18:44:45
    • Ottero

    Hi everyone, a few days ago we went on a walk around some lakes and along a canal. We saw some great crested grebes in their winter plumage and some goldeneyes. I went on this walk at the same time last year and saw a goldeneye too but this year I saw two. There were lots of tufted ducks as well. It was really good!!

  • Ottero
    • Date: 2013-12-31 18:44:18
    • Ottero

    Hi everyone, a few days ago we went on a walk around some lakes and along a canal. We saw some great crested grebes in their winter plumage and some goldeneyes. I went on this walk at the same time last year and saw a goldeneye too but this year I saw two. There were lots of tufted ducks as well. It was really good!!

  • Woodora
    • Date: 2013-12-30 07:29:12
    • Woodora

    the badgers blog is so funny

  • Woodora
    • Date: 2013-12-30 07:28:32
    • Woodora

    the badgers blog is so funny

  • Woodora
    • Date: 2013-12-30 07:28:22
    • Woodora

    the badgers blog is so funny